Community Center goes green — starting with Spring Catalog!

RANCHO SANTA FE — You may notice a lighter load in your postboxes this season, thanks to the Rancho Santa Fe Community Center. They’ve gone green and taken the Spring Catalog with them. Residents of the community can still enjoy all the great benefits of the Community Center events, activities, and recreational courses, all of which can be found in the electronic catalog to be launched on the Web site later this month.
Offering new and improved classes and activities, those who are members of the center will also enjoy the benefits of major discounts and “Members Only” events.
“The Community Center thrives by offering opportunities for the residents of the Ranch, but we also want to show our members how much we appreciate their support and dedication to our mission throughout the years,” said Erin Leahey, executive director of the Rancho Santa Fe Community Center. “We’re adding more programs, focusing on adult activities, and bringing together the residents like we’ve never done before.”
Spring Session introduces “Wine and Dine Mondays” beginning in April, featuring a different fine dining location each time. Enjoy a delicious night out with your friends, while meeting some new neighbors and colleagues all at the same time. Also, another new addition is the Moonlight Matinee, an adult-only “date” night held under the stars at The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe. The night will showcase a classic movie on a big screen, dinner, and drinks. Perfect for couples and groups of friends. As always, the Community Center features a number of new activities for the youth of the community. New classes such as beach volleyball, surfing and Outdoor Arts II will keep your children outdoors and enjoying the sunshine, while the Woodworking Bus and Jewelry Making Course will keep their creativity going.
“It’s an exciting new season and we hope that everyone will join us so that we can together make this Community the close-knit family we have grown to love,” Leahy said. Visit www.rsfcc.org for your Spring Catalog or stop by the Community Center to learn about how you can save and be part of the “heart of our community” just by becoming a member!

Are you suffering from cataracts?
Learn more about cataracts and treatment options from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. March 23 at The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe. A cataract is a clouding of the normally clear lens in your eye. Though painless, cataracts restrict the amount of light entering your eye and may cause hazy vision, unusual glare, poor night vision or a reduction in color perception. Treating cataracts involves a surgical treatment to remove the clouded lens and replace it with a clear, plastic intraocular lens. New advanced lenses offer more freedom and better vision than previously available. During the procedure, the physician replaces the cloudy lens with a lens that allows patients to enjoy great vision at any distance — without the need for corrective lenses (even reading glasses) for most people.
The event is presented by Gordon & Weiss Vision Institute. RSVP to mmacbaisey@rsfcc.org or (858) 756-2461, ext. 301
Calling all lip sync stars!
Start getting excited because it’s that time of year again! It’s the Lip Sync Show sign-up day that is being held at the Community Center at 3 p.m. April 1. For a full list of guidelines to sign up, visit www.rsfcc.org. The Lip Sync Show features groups of children, lip-syncing to their favorite Broadway songs. This is a noncompetitive event that’s as fun for the audience as it is for the whole family. This year’s theme is “Broadway” so get out your top hats! Dinner and dancing will be provided before and after the show, which will be held May 14. Get your friends together and come sign up to be a star!

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